• Bulldogs pile up PR’s in dual with Big Sky

    Bulldogs pile up PR’s in dual with Big Sky1

    MISSOULA — Butte High athletes piled up personal records and season bests Friday afternoon in a dual with Missoula Big Sky. Team scores for the event were not kept in the dual that was run through sunshine and rain drops at Missoula County Stadium. (Results) The Bulldogs racked up 13 individual wins on the day.

  • Colt’s Dream Big Event returns June 23-24

    Colt’s Dream Big Event returns June 23-240

    The Colt Anderson Dream Big Foundation will hold the 2022 Dream Big Montana Experience June 23-24 in Butte. The foundation will hold a series of events over those two days. Events include a skills camp, which is free to boys and girls from kindergarten through eighth grade. It also includes a speaking engagement, a free

  • Vigilantes top Maroons on windy Stodden courts

    Vigilantes top Maroons on windy Stodden courts0

    High winds and the East Helena Vigilantes blew through Stodden Park’s tennis courts Thursday afternoon. The Vigilantes left town with a pair of Southwestern A victories over Butte Central. The East Helena girls won 4-3, and the Vigilante boys picked up a 6-1 win. On the girls’ side, a forfeit loss proved to be the

  • O’Dell, Tesoro sign with Rocky Mountain men

    O’Dell, Tesoro sign with Rocky Mountain men0

    BILLINGS — Former Butte High Bulldog Mikey O’Dell has signed to play basketball at Rocky Mountain College. Rocky coach Bill Dreikosen announced the signing of O’Dell and Three Forks teammate Finnley Tesoro today. O’Dell is 6-foot-2 guard who will head to Rocky after one season playing in Three Forks. He helped lead the Wolves to

  • Missoula Hellgate sweeps improving Bulldogs

    Missoula Hellgate sweeps improving Bulldogs0

    Don’t let the scores fool you. That was the advice of Butte High tennis coach Dorothy Joyce as she watched the Bulldogs play Missoula Hellgate on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon at Stodden Park. Hellgate won each the girls’ dusky dual 8-0 and the boys’ 7-1 and that includes three forfeits on the boys’ side. But

  • Tech’s Richtman wins national honor

    Tech’s Richtman wins national honor0

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Montana Tech’s Becca Richtman was named the NAIA Outdoor Track Athlete of the Week, the school announced today. The Oredigger women’s track & field team won their first Frontier Conference Championship in Great Falls last week. It is the first year as a full program for Montana Tech as the won


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